Fashion Photography Workshop
for
KS4 and KS5


Fashion photography on location and in the studio, can give strikingprofessional looking results. In this fashion photography workshop for schoolsand colleges, students will have a chance to use professional lighting equipmentand natural light on location, to create stunning fashion stories.

Pupils will learn how to use composition and light, in a more controlledway to fuel creativity and get precise results. They will also learn about howdifferent poses and composition can create different moods in fashionphotography. They will use this knowledge to create their own fashionphotography to be added into their own portfolios.


‘The girls at LHS benefited hugely from Sarah'sknowledge, experience and expertise. She delivered a one day workshop onfashion photography which was both inspirational and extremely educational.Sarah's manner with the girls was professional yet friendly and encouraging.She directed them both in front of and behind the camera resulting in afantastic series of photographs of which the girls are veryproud.  Her advice about working in the fashion gave the girls avaluable insight into what a career in the creative industry is like. I can'tthank her enough for her contribution to their learning and leaving them withnew sense of purpose for their work.’                           

Emily Bott, Head of Art and Design, Leicester HighSchool for Girls

Fashion Photographyworkshops can be run for 16 students at a time. For maximum results, a full dayworkshop is recommended but you can also book half a day or have the sessiondelivered to two separate groups throughout the day, e.g. one group in themorning and a different group in the afternoon.

In a full dayworkshop, your students will receive:

·        A presentation bySarah Brittain Edwards, hearing first hand from a professional, the tips andtricks involved.

·        Q&A’s

·        Direction incomposition and light (both in the studio and on location)

·        Direction inselecting and editing images

·        Critique of final fashionstories

The school will haveto provide a room and has a space cleared of approximately five meters squareor more and the opportunity to work on location outside the building. Studentsmust have cameras, and access to computers/laptops with printing facilities.

All images courtesy of students work from workshop sessions

The FashionPhotography workshop is created and delivered by Sarah Brittain Edwards,who is a freelance photographer and Art Director. Sarah's creativeflair has seen her through a degree in Fine Art and a First Class HonoursDegree in Fashion Photography at the London College of Fashion (Universityof the Arts London). Her clientsinclude: The Sunday Times Magazine, Sublime, Eyemazing, Flux, The HarboroughCollective, David LePage, Jodie Marsh, Polly Scattergood, Ophelia Bitz and theLondon Underground.

To have this  fantastic workshop delivered to your students, please contact Sarah for furtherinformation, and how she can tailor it for your school or college.

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